Scalp micropigmentation treatment in Dubai is the latest trend for men and women who are the victims of hair loss. It creates the appearance of a shaved head of hair. It can also fake fuller looking hair. Along with these benefits, scalp micropigmentation and work wonders to camouflage scaring. It is a non invasive treatment that provides quick and natural looking results.
Like any other surgical procedure, scaring comes as a side effect. However with advanced surgical techniques it is possible to minimize the extent of scaring. But even with the latest hair transplant techniques, poorly performed surgeries or poor healing can result in ugly, prominent scars. If an individual normally wears long hair, these scars are concealed for the most part. But if one decides to experiment with cropped looks and shorter hair styles, these scars become visible.
Hiding this scar is not only a cosmetic improvement but also results in improved confidence. The process involves close inspection of the area affected. Scar tissue might or might not hold some complications depending upon the type and size of scaring. Pigments have different kinds of reactions on different skins. The reaction on a virgin skin is completely different from a reaction on medically treated skin. Scalp micropigmentation treatment in Dubai requires skills of a highly trained specialist. A specialist can give you a complete and honest opinion regarding the final outcome of the surgery. After scalp micropigmentation, scars will be concealed by the appearance of micro hairs, decreasing the visibility of scars. This will allow individuals to confidently wear edgy and cropped hair styles.
Normally the two commonly used methods for hair transplantation are FUT hair transplant and FUE hair transplant. Both have their own pros and cons but which is the worst method when it comes to scaring.
In FUT hair transplant, a strip is extracted from the back and sides of the scalp. Grafts are extracted from the strip and implanted on the recipient’s area. It results in a linear scar at the donor area. To further worsen the situation in this particular scenario, poor closure and healing of the strip can result in scar widening. The most effective method to treat this scar is via scalp micro pigmentation treatment. Scalp micropigmentation treatment in Dubai will form the appearance of micro hairs on the scar, concealing it along with making your hair appear fuller. However FUT hair transplant is not the ideal treatment when it comes to scaring.Click for more information on FUT hair transplant.
Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE hair transplant involves extracting hair grafts individually from the donor site via punching tool. Grafts are then prepared for transplantation and then implanted on the recipient’s area. This hair transplant technique does not cause a big linear scar. Small dot like scars appear at the donor areas which are usually visible once the hair is shaved. Scalp micropigmentation treatment is used to conceal these scars. Scars due to FUE hair transplant can be completely concealed by SMP treatment. For more information.
FUE hair transplant is much better in comparison to FUT hair transplant if you prefer experimental looks and shorter hair styles. As, scars due to FUE hair transplant can be concealed completely by SMP, it is better to go for it.
Other than camouflaging of scar, benefits of Scalp micropigmentation treatment includes appearance of fuller looking hair. It is not only effective for people with balding issues but equally effective for people experiencing thinning hair. After using scalp micropigmentation treatment in Dubai, your scalp will be covered with pigments that will appear like micro hairs, as a result your scalp wont peak through and your hair will appear fuller. However scalp micropigmentation will result only in the appearance of hair and not in actual hair. So, if you are completely bald and won’t to achieve natural hair, SMP treatment won’t help you achieve that (it can only fake the appearance of micro/shaved hairs). But it is an effective treatment to conceal scars.